GHANA IS HEADING TOWARDS A ONE-PARTY STATE UNDER A DEMOCRATIC DISPENSATION

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GHANA IS HEADING TOWARDS A ONE-PARTY STATE UNDER A DEMOCRATIC DISPENSATION

From the look of things, Ghana is likely to become a one party state under a multi-party democratic dispensation. Reasons being that, all that the NPP have said, they have fulfilled. And these are not normal or mere initiatives but initiatives that focus on human development, and the attainment of full employment towards the acceleration of economic growth and development…especially Free shs and 1-district 1 factory. I come from dome kwabenya, the bula matata of the npp so I know what I am talking about.

I am not talking about China, Vietnam, cuba etc where governance is strictly one-party authoritarian states and elections do not take place at all. I am referring to a mult-party democratic nations where elections are held to elect leaders on term basis. Eg. ANC of South Africa; United Russia of Russia; Nur Otan of Kazakhstan; Rwandan Patriotic Front of Rwanda; Sandinista National Liberation Front of Nicaragua; People’s Rally for Progress of Djibouti; The Communist Party of Belarus; Patriotic Salvation Movement of Chad etc. These are all political parties that have governed (others still governing) their Countries for decades as a result of they being legitimately re-elected over and over again. This is where I see Ghana heading to. A one-party rulership in a multi-party state where the New Patriotic Party will rule for decades without any serious competition because the people (Ghanaians) have already understood and appreciated their competent leadership acumen.

Once again kudos to the Dome Kwabenya campaign team,….not forgetting Chairman Osei Bonsu; Hon. MP. Sarah A. Safo; Rt. Prof. Mike Oquaye; Hon. MCE. Janet Mensah; Hon. Adjei Sowah, Mayor of Accra; Hon. Akua Afriyie, ABN MP and formidable crew; H.E. Mike Oquaye, Jnr, all protocols observed and our friends whom we play home with towards Operation 120,000votes for the NPP.
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TheMerchant®️
NPP Comm. Officer, DKC
Economist & Future Financier

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